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September 27, 2018 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

September 27, 2018

Let’s just dive right in to the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast, because the rain isn’t staying around for long. Here we go!

  • Tonight-Rain and fog. Low 62.
  • Friday-Fog and a small chance of rain early, becoming partly cloudy. High 77.
  • Friday night-Partly cloudy. Low 57.
  • Saturday-Mostly sunny. High 78.
  • Sunday-Mostly sunny. High near 80.
  • Monday-Mostly sunny. High 81.

The rain event we’re in right now will be the last one we see for close to a week at this point. Be careful outdoors with the rain tonight through tomorrow morning and the fog in spots. The farther we go through tomorrow, the smaller the rain chances get!

That leads us into a beautiful weekend, and a dry start to October. That’s typically our driest month of the year, so we’ll be starting it out close to normal in that department for the first few days.

Thanks for checking here for the forecast, have a great Friday!

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